Keith Kenniff is an American composer, multi-instrumentalist, and electronic music producer. He composes ambient/electronic music under the moniker Helios and post-classical piano music under Goldmund. He is also one-half of the indie band Mint Julep, and ambient project "A Pale Fire" (previously "Hollie & Keith Kenniff"). Keith is also a composer for film, television, dance and performance art. In 2010 he began the record label Unseen. He composed the song "Years" for Facebook's "A Look Back." Biography: Kenniff graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2006 with a B.A. in percussion and composition. In 2004 'Unomia', Keith's first album under the moniker Helios, was released followed by the critically acclaimed album 'Eingya' in 2006. His third album 'Caesura' was released in 2008. Keith also records and performs music for solo piano under the name Goldmund for which he has six releases on Unseen Music, Type Records and Western Vinyl, including the most recent album 'Famous Places'. Keith has toured and performed extensively throughout the US, Europe Japan and Canada. Keith has an indie rock/shoegaze band with his wife under the name Mint Julep. In late 2010, they released an EP called "Adorn". The band followed-up with the release of their first full-length album, "Save Your Season", in 2011. The Kenniffs also have a children's music project, Meadows (inspired by the couple's young son), whose debut album, "The Littlest Star" was released in the summer of 2011.


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Composer <span>Keith Kenniff</span> is seeing the release of his brand new full length All Will Prosper this week on Western Vinyl. All Will Prosper is a full length is a collection of 14 traditional Civil War-era folk songs and one contemporary track "Asoken Farewell," all which serve as meditative, post-classical look at the music of one of the most crucial times in American history. In addition to recording ambient electronic music under the moniker Helios, and being one half of the shoegazy Mint Julep, Goldmund is the post-classical, solo piano based project of Kenneth that has recorded for Type Records, ... rebirth of a nation full of potential and moving forward. The songs have a particular relevancy, too, amidst today's political climate. His music as Goldmund can be heard regularly on programs produced by NPR, and the BBC. climate. He has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, Drowned In Sound, Magnet, Textura, KEXP, and many more. Related Links:Goldmund Press PageUnseen Music (Official <span>Keith Kenniff</span>/Helios/Goldmund/Mint Julep Page)Goldmund TwitterGoldmund FacebookWestern VinylTerrorbird Media BEST OF THE WEB: Loading... Goldmund's 'All Will Prosper' Out Now on Western Vinyl Read More »

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